Director of Veterinary Science, Dr. Shawn Johnson, talks about the marine mammal center needing volunteers for pupping season.
The Jazz rode a strong 4th quarter to a 105-99 win.
Some travel experts are saying that President Trump may lead to a slump in Sonoma County’s tourist industry. The CEO of the U.S. Travel Association said yesterday in Santa Rosa that talk of Trump’s proposed travel
California’s drought is officially over, but Sonoma County water rates are likely to rise. Ironically, the Sonoma County Water Agency is blaming extraordinary water conservation efforts for a drop in revenues, which in turn means the agency
Sonoma County officials are asking for community input on plans to construct a bike and pedestrian path connecting Petaluma to Sebastopol. A Saturday meeting is planned at the Petaluma Veterans Memorial Hall as part of a nearly 250-million-dollar feasibility
If you know someone who is low-income and needs housing in the West County, here’s an opportunity to help. The city of Sebastopol is revamping an old mobile home park and its infrastructure, and there are 8
SSU President Judy Sakaki has been on the job since last July, but on April 20th, her official investiture will be celebrated. It will be a day full of events, including some personal items that could become
Interview: Jasmine El-Gamal (Senior Fellow – The Atlantic Council) The President’s recent missile strike against a Syrian airbase elicited both mixed and conflicted reactions from both sides of the aisle, with some members of Congress supporting action
Three Santa Rosa-based contractors are facing fraud charges in connection with an 800-thousand dollar scheme. Tony Goodwin of Forestville and Anthony Joseph Irvin and Samuel Williams, both of Santa Rosa, are accused of taking advantage of at
It started with adding the very popular Nordsrom Rack. Now, the Press Democrat reports, Coddingtown is hoping that four new retailers and more than a makeover will bring shoppers back to what used to be the only